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Ionantha Ionantha Grey Tillandsia Ecoterrazas Ionantha Ionantha Grey Tillandsia Ecoterrazas 2
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Ionantha Ionantha Grey Tillandsia

Till-IonanthaIonanthaGrey
€6.27
The Tillandsia Ionantha Ionantha Grey is a variety of Ionantha that receives its name for the enormous quantity of trichomes that cover its beautiful leaves, creating a very special specimen.It is a very resistant variety that does not need much maintenance.
Cardenasii Tillandsia
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Cardenasii Tillandsia

Till-Cardenasii
€6.27
The Tillandsia Cardenasii is a native of Bolivia.It has silvery leaves, due to the great amount of trichomes that are in the same ones, in addition it produces a floral bract, that sometimes can be blue, although its habitual color is pink with purple flowers.
Somnians Tillandsia Somnians Tillandsia 2
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Somnians Tillandsia

Till-Somnians
€31.80
The Tillandsia Somnians is a native species of Peru. It is of considerable size compared to other Tillandsias.
Wireball Schiedeana  Tillandsia
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Wireball Schiedeana Tillandsia

Till-SchiedeanaWireball
€11.91
Group/assembly of Tillandsia Schiedeana in the form of a ball (wireball).
Rectifolia Pulk Tillandsia
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Rectifolia Pulk Tillandsia

Till-RectifoliaPulk
€7.91
Set/union of several Tillandsias Rectifolia, native variety of Costa Rica.
Ionantha Druid Tillandsia
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Ionantha Druid Tillandsia

Till-IonanthaDruid
€6.27
The Tillandsia Ionantha Druid is a variety of Ionantha with a very particular yellow color and produces a white flower.
Humilis Simplex Tillandsia
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Humilis Simplex Tillandsia

Till-HumiliSimplex
€6.27
Tillandsia Humilis Simplex is a variety named for its small size, the translation from Latin being "humilis" (low growing).
Lanuginosa Capillaris Type 5 Clump Tillandsia
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Capillaris Type 5 Clump Tillandsia

Till-Capillaris5
€10.91
Tillandsia Capillaris variety Lanuginosa (Type 5).The Tillandsia Capillaris is a species of the group of the Diaphoranthemas that is native of Argentina.
Nolleriana Tillandsia
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Nolleriana Tillandsia

Till-Nolleriana
€9.91
The Tillandsia Nolleriana is a species that comes from Mexico.
Bob Holm´s Memory Tillandsia Ecoterrazas
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Bob Holm´s Memory Tillandsia

Till-BobHolms-Memory
€5.00
Tillandsia Bob Holm's Memory is a hybrid created in Germany from the mixture of Tillandsia Geminiflora and Tillandsia Sucrei.
Brachycaulos multiflora... Brachycaulos multiflora... 2
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Brachycaulos multiflora Tillandsia

Till-Brachycaulos-Multiflora
€3.55
This tillandsia air plant called multiflora brachycaulos is native to Central America especially in Guatemala and southern México.
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Tectorum snow Tillandsia

Til-tectorum-snow
€13.18
Tillandsia native of the high mountains of the Andes of Peru.
Recurvata pulk Tillandsia Recurvata pulk Tillandsia 2
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Recurvata pulk Tillandsia

Till-Recurvata-Pulk
€14.45
Plant native to northern South America
Ionantha mexico pulk L...
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Ionantha mexico pulk L Tillandsia

Till-Ionantha-Mexico-Pulk
€7.26
MEXICO ionantha pulk L is the most common of which emphasizes their reddish color and a tubular purple flower...
Secunda Tillandsia Secunda Tillandsia 2
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Secunda Tillandsia

Till-Secunda
€13.05
This large Tillandsia is native of Ecuador...
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Tillandsias belong to the family of the Bromeliads. Most are epiphytes, meaning they live on trees, shrubs, cacti, power lines and telephone lines. Tillandsias are no parasitic, that is not living at the expense of their guests, only used as a support to avoid living in the soil. Some are lithophytes, that is, living on rocks. Most commercial species need much light. 95% of its power comes from the humid air, fog, rain, dust, bird droppings, dead insects in decomposition, etc., falling between the leaves, and are stored and absorbed in their tanks with special scales for this. The other 5% of the power obtained by his new roots that adhere to the bark of its host and absorb moss, leaf litter and other elements dissolved in rainwater.